If you’ve been following me for awhile, then you know there’s something I do every single month.
I post about it.
I swear by it.
I champion it.
Yep… it’s Boujee Night of Abundance.
Boujee Night of Abundance is all about adding a bit of fancy + abundance to your life every single month.
You guys… Boujee Night of Abundance has completely changed my life — for real. And I know it’s going to change yours! It’s all about tapping into what’s going to make you feel amazing and abundant, and to help you step into a higher version of yourself!
On today’s episode of the Dinner Table Talk Podcast, I’m breaking down exactly what Boujee Night is and how YOU can start having your own with your gal pals.
Remember — you are WORTH a boujee night. You are WORTH all of those feelings of amazingness and abundance!
Tell me something… how many times have you bought ingredients for a recipe you were going to make only to throw them away later because you NEVER use them? 🙋♀️
Now, one of the questions I get asked frequently is, “Jazzy, what ingredients should I keep in my kitchen?” And let me tell you, I’m all about simplification (so you don’t buy a ton of ingredients you never use!).
I don’t believe in having to use a ton of complicated ingredients to make delicious recipes. In fact, Your Dinner is Planned is all about getting healthy meals on the table without the hassle and overwhelm!
So naturally, I only have a few signature ingredients that I make sure to keep in my kitchen, and I’m sharing them with you on the Dinner Table Talk Podcast!
Remember, making delicious and healthy home-cooked meals doesn’t mean you have to go crazy at the grocery store. In fact, cooking at home can be so simple (want proof? Your Dinner is Planned is here for you!).
Happy New Year! Can you believe it’s 2019 already?!
Given it’s January 1st, you’re likely thinking all about those New Year’s resolutions you’ve set for the year, right?
But here’s the dealio, my friend: New Year’s resolutions are bullcrap.
Hold on! Don’t leave yet!
I’m all about setting goals — especially at the beginning of a new year. I’ve set resolutions too.
It’s not the goal setting that’s baloney… it’s when we set goals that we won’t actually stick to, just for the sake of setting goals.
How many times have you set a New Year’s resolution and then, 90 days later, you’re thinking, “Oops… guess I didn’t hit that goal”?
I’m here to make sure you don’t do that in 2019.
On today’s episode of the Dinner Table Talk podcast, I’m coming at you with a planning exercise to make sure you set New Year’s resolutions that are actionable, attainable, and something you’ll actually stick to this year!
You’re going to want to make sure you’ve got a pen + paper (or your phone’s note app!) and some space to actually think this one through.
Let’s make 2019 your best year yet!
I want to end the year with some real talk.
One of the questions I get asked most frequently about the recipes in Your Dinner is Planned is, “What’s the portion size?”
Here’s my answer: it doesn’t matter.
“What?! Jazzy, how can you say that?!”
Here’s the deal: I find that usually when people are focusing on portion sizes, they’re focusing on the wrong things. It’s so important to understand how food affects your body… but when we start to focus on how we feel, portion sizes become irrelevant. Focusing on how you feel teaches you to tune into your body and stop being so hung up on counting calories, following rules, and feeling stressed out. I’m breaking this down more on today’s episode of the Dinner Table Talk podcast!
You know what sucks?
Boring and bland food.
You know what doesn’t suck
COOKING WITH WINE!
Whether you love to drink it or not (I’m in the "not" camp), wine can add such great flavor to your dishes. And here’s the best part…it doesn’t have to be complicated!
I’m breaking down five simple ways to incorporate wine into your cooking for added flavor on today’s episode of the Dinner Table Talk Podcast.
“Even though I don’t like to drink it, I love the flavor that it adds to dishes because what it really does is just enhances all the other flavors.”